Archive for the ‘Offices’ Category
Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
Article source: Stephen Yablon Architecture
Angelo, Gordon & Co.’s new London offices evoke their excellent reputation in alternative investments and embrace the surrounding Savile Row streetscape throughout. Designed as a hub for their European business, the bright and spirited offices are flooded with natural light and incorporate Angelo Gordon’s preference for openness and transparency. White walls, bold color accents, warm materials, and a distinctive art collection create a welcoming and crisp environment for clients and staff.
Reception waiting area, Image Courtesy © Paul Riddle
- Architects: Stephen Yablon Architecture
- Project: Angelo, Gordon Europe
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Paul Riddle
- Client:Angelo, Gordon & Co.
- Artworks by:Angela Bulloch, Michael Craig-Martin, Thomas Demand, Rodney Graham, Carl Hammoud, Shirley Kaneda, Ellsworth Kelly, David Korty, Sarah Morris, Matt Mullican, Julian Opie, MP and MP Rosado, David Row, Joel Shapiro, Ned Smyth, Stephen Willats
- Collaborators: Architect-of-Record: Modus WorkspaceLighting: Cline Bettridge BernsteinInterior Decorating: DL Design Assoc.Art Consulting: Nancy Rosen Inc.
- Program: Reception, open work area, private offices, conference rooms, pantry and support spaces
- Size: 6,000 sf
- Cost: Withheld at client’s request
- Project Status: Completed 2014
Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
Article source: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX
The project forms part of the reforms to the judicial map and aims to join together the activities of two courts in a single setting. Apart from having to restructure the offices, there was also a need to resolve the following dilemma: how to increase the reception areas for the public while remaining within the existing physical envelope? This was achieved by a clever interweaving of the various programmes, resulting in the concourse being enlarged by 50% and given an outdoor extension thanks to an esplanade linked to the public space. This device resolves the organisational problems at the same time as creating a new symbolic relationship between the public and the institution.
Image Courtesy © Stephan Lucas
- Architects: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX
- Project: DISTRICT COURT
- Location: GONESSE(95), Place de la liberté, FRANCE
- Photography: Stephan Lucas
- Client: Ministry of Justice
- Program: Restructuring of offices and services, expansion of the waiting room, improvement of the courtroom and access for persons with reduced mobility
- Surface: 1221 m² usable floor area
- Calendar: Completed in February 2010
- Cost: € 1.3 M excl. VAT
Friday, October 16th, 2015
Article source: x42 Architektur
In 2011, the Raiffeisen Regional bank Mödling put out a competition with the intention of replacing the regional bank with the ‘Raiffeisen Forum Mödling’- a new, identifying building that went beyond the function of a classic bank. Through this functional mix of service bank, estate agent, travel agent and insurance brokers, with public cafeteria and lounge area, as well as an events room, the idea of the Raiffeisen Forum was implemented as a meeting point for the people of the whole Mödling region.
Image Courtesy © AnnABlaU
- Architects: x42 Architektur
- Project: Raiffeisen Forum Mödlin
- Location: HauptstrasseMödling, Österreich
- Photography: AnnABlaU
- Area: 1950 + 310 m2
- Competition: 2011
- Planning: 2012-2014
- Completion: June 2014
Sunday, October 11th, 2015
Article source: Estudio beldarrain
Fojansa is a company with a 15-year experience in installations of plumbing, heating and air-conditioning systems that is committing itself strongly in the field of renewable energy research.
Image Courtesy © Jesus Martín Ruiz
- Architects: Estudio beldarrain
- Project: New offices for the Fojansa company
- Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
- Photography: Jesus Martín Ruiz
- Software used: Autocad
- Developer: Fojansa company
- Project and direction of the works: Estudio beldarrain. Juan Beldarrain
- Collaborator architects: Néstor Asurmendi, Itziar Combarros and Marta Badiola
- Executive management: Javier Alaña Aguinaco
- Installations: IDZ ingeniería (more…)
Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Article source: RUBIO·BILBAO ARQUITECTOS
The design of this bank office located in the center of Gijon is the work of architects Izaskun Bilbao del Olmo and Miguel Alvarez Rubio (Rubio Bilbao Architects). The project was chosen as winner of the competition organized by the entity to which more than 70 proposals were submitted to lead the design of the new offices of Arquia Banking.
Image Courtesy © Kike Llamas
- Architects: RUBIO·BILBAO ARQUITECTOS
- Project: Bank Office
- Location: Gijón, Spain
- Photography: Kike Llamas
- Client: ARQUIA BANCA
- Date: Junio 2015
Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Located in Moscow’s Sharikopodshipnikovskaya Street, next to tram and trolleybus stops and near Dubrovka Station on the Lyublinskaya Line of the Moscow Metro, the Dominion Office Building is among the first of the new projects to be built for the growing creative and IT sectors in this primarily industrial and residential district in the southeast of the city.
Image Courtesy © Hufton + Crow
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: Dominion Office Building
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Photography: Hufton + Crow
- Client: Peresvet Group / Dominion-M Ltd.
- Design (ZHA): Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher
- Design Director (ZHA): Christos Passas
- Project Architects (ZHA): Veronika Ilinskaya, Kwanphil Cho
- Interior Design Team (ZHA): Emily Rohrer, Raul Forsoni, Veronika Ilinskaya,
- Contributors (ZHA): Hussam Chakouf, Reza Esmaeeli, Thomas Frings (more…)
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: CAA
August 1, 2015 – If you ever been in an office tower you’ve probably seen the grueling reality of people doing their jobs in poorly lit rooms. It makes for great satire, but more than that, it’s an attempt to allow people focus on their work at hand. It works, but not terribly effectively. CAA believes it found a better way –despite the conventional layout- to give people a place to produce in healthier place using details that endorse simplicity by design.
Image Courtesy © CAA
- Architects: CAA
- Project: Office interior for transportation firm
- Location: Beijing, China
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: ARCHITECTURE DISCIPLINE
Crafting a high-end, distinctive office space for a client engaged in manufacturing non-avionic components for the airline industry, The requirement was to create an engaging office for two principals, the team of 8-10 people, a clean room and a meeting room in an area of about 1100 sq.ft. The site occupies an unusually angular corner in an otherwise nondescript mixed use commercial development. There were no wet areas, the space was divided and there was minimal daylight from a dark curved glass towards one edge of the space. The glass did however, admit a lot of heat due to its southern aspect and there was no possibility of upgrading the glass for better insulation. The challenge lay in infusing positive and dynamic energy into a deeply compromised shell. The space had to convey image of an organisation and the program it had to perform.
Image Courtesy © Architecture Discipline
Saturday, September 19th, 2015
Article source: pRchitect communications consultancy
Ziylan’s office which the interiors were renewed by CBTE Architecture fictionalized by the impressive expression of colors and has a specific appearance, motivating and supporting its users to spend quality time.
Image Courtesy © Murat Aksu
- Architects: CBTE Architecture
- Project: Ziylan General Management Office
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
- Photography: Murat Aksu
- Client: Ziylan Mağazacılık ve Pazarlama A.Ş
- Design Team: Tanem Eren Belen, Çağdaş Belen, Serap Coşkun
- Project Team: Tanem Eren Belen, Çağdaş Belen, Serap Coşkun, Orkun Ekimeri
- Project Type: Interior and furniture Design
- Total Construction Area: 2600 sqm
Wednesday, September 16th, 2015
Article source: Fischer Architekten AG
Competition, Zurich 2014; 3rd place: The almost-lakeside Mythenschloss is located as an urban component within a mixture of stone, neoclassical buildings and modern glass cubes. Although its location marks an interface between the city square and the water, the structure is identical on both sides – the Mythenquais and Alfred-Escher-Strasse. The concept aims to correct this lack of differentiation and have differentiated sides.
Image Courtesy © Fischer Architekten AG